The Great Humanitarian Interventionists:
block peace-keeping in the Ivory Coast and shut down their only peacekeeping institute. After years of insistently demanding immediate action they now insistently demand patience with their inaction: having waged a war and imposed sanctions ostensibly because the Iraqi regime would not cooperate enough with UN weapons inspectors the new Iraqi regime flat out refuses to so much as let UN weapons inspectors into the country. That allowing inspectors back in and including the UN in interim management would end any legitemate UNSC dispute over ending sanctions is too obvious a solution to register with the USG, which will likely get its way regardless, proving once again that the occasional "global show of American power" is one highly inefficient, costly way to grease the tracks of American empire and circumvent American democracy.
your turing test:
Oil for Nothing:US Holds On Humanitarian SuppliesIraq: 1997-2001
the good book
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